Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Glamor of Cold.

Almost everything we do comes from an idea we’ve got. Excretion may come from the set of our body functions unrelated to ideas, but building an elaborate canalization system requires a fertile imagination beneficial to conceiving an idea of getting … Continue reading

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Merry Winter Solstice!

Oh, how we like to complain about weather! – It is too hot! – we shout at Summer. – It is too cold, – we tell Winter. Especially the people with air-conditioners and reliable heat at home, thermostat set at … Continue reading

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Laboring on Labor.

Humans spend obscene amounts of time working. Look at cats and dogs – they spend about 80% of their time sleeping and get to live close to 120 in human years! In normal state of nature we, humans, would spend … Continue reading

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Tell Me About It.

Long time ago I went to World Festival of Animated Film in Zagreb. A lot of things had happened at that festival (for example, nearby war, proximity to sex and street renovating jack-hammering) but I’ll tell you about only one … Continue reading

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